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Mini Mart: Shepherd Miniatures

Shepherd Miniatures
The dining room in my mum's doll house.

Supplier: Shepherd Miniatures
You can also find them on Facebook and Twitter as @shepherdminis.

Products: Shepherd Miniatures sell handmade 1/12 scale minis, specialising in paper products and tiny packaging. I bought some really cool pieces, including a set of fireworks, a wet sponge, and a few books. Most of the rest you can see below - my favourites are the fold-out map, cross stitch kit, and the paint colour chart. You can fan it in and out just like the real thing! I was really impressed too with the smaller items, like the match box, love hearts and fruit pastilles sweets (my camera was struggling to focus!) - the print quality and finish is awesome.

Shepherd Miniatures

Post and Packing: £3.40 first class, £3.00 second, and £5.00 international. Or free if you spend over £50. My order was with me in four working days.

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  1. The dining room looks fab. I love doll houses, sadly I don't have one, but I admire them when I get the chance.

    1. They're really addictive! You give in and get one, then suddenly you have a whole row of them... :)

  2. How amazing does all this look?! I'd love to get into miniatures but I don't know the first place to start!

    1. Thank you! I'm slowly working my way around all the UK suppliers, there's so much cool stuff about. :) I think the starting point for a lot of people is the Dolls House Emporium. They're one of the major stockists, plus they have lots of general info -

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    1. They're so tiny - I'd never have the patience to make them!

  4. How cute is the map! I do love seeing your doll house posts as it's something I'd never do but I find it fascinating

    Thanks for linking up with #LIML

    1. It's come on so much in recent years in terms of what you can get in miniature :)


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